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The first hothouse was developed by the Gardeners of emperors Augustus and Tiberius because they loved cucumbers so much. They asked the gardeners to grow them year-round.

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Mare's Eat Oats and Does Eat Oats and So Should You!


Are Oats a Super Food?

Are Oats a “Super Food”? There is a new term going around the internet calling some foods “Super Foods”. This term is mainly used for foods that have a variety of health benefits. Oats definitely fit this category. They have Protein, Fats and Carbs., all necessary for a healthy diet. They also have many nutrients as well as antioxidants.   

Salt: A Grain of Truth

A Mound of Salt

 Is Salt Bad for You?

The age-old question about is salt bad for you and how much should you have is still being debated. The latest findings seem to indicate that a certain amount of salt is necessary. The latest hype is about what type of salt is the best. I have tried to answer this question. However, you need to make your own choices. Your choice of what type of salt to use maybe a personal thing, or it may be based on cultural or religious practices.   

The amount of salt required in a day according to health Canada is 2300mg. The Canadian Heart Association also recommends this amount unless you have high blood pressure. That is about 1/2 tsp. This amount is higher than the American Heart Association recommends. We consume more than this if we eat processed foods. Be sure to read labels.

Try to limit your salt intake. Eliminate processed food and fast foods from your diet. Remove the salt shaker from the table so you can't add extra salt to your food. Use spices in place of salt.  


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The Advice on this site is not meant to replace the advice of a physician or dietician.  Please consult a Doctor before starting any new diet plan.  Remember to tell your physician and pharmacist about any Supplements you may be taking.